Georgia/ South Carolina from 30,000 Feet

September 15, 2014 Timothy Peacock 0

A week or so ago on this site, I predicted a 24-20 Georgia win. The 73 total points scored in the game surprised me, but the fact that it was a 60 minute contest that swung on 2 or 3 plays did not. That's the nature of SEC football, particularly when a home underdog has…

Atlanta Braves vs Washington Nationals Game 1 Preview….

September 15, 2014 Chris Jervis 0

Let's face it: this is about over.  Technically, in the strictest sense, the Braves still have a chance.  Pretty much the same chance I have of hooking up with Sofia Vergara. The Washington Nationals (85-63) take a commanding 10.5 game lead into Turner Field Monday evening as they start a three game series against the…

Braves at Rangers Series Preview…..

September 11, 2014 Chris Jervis 0

  The Atlanta Braves (75-71) are in 'must-win' mode now as the season winds down.  With a win against the Washington Nationals Wednesday afternoon, the Braves temporarily kept their Wild Card hopes alive. They currently trail the Pittsburgh Pirates by 1.5 games in the chase for the second Wild Card spot. The Braves travel to…

Remembering Columbia trips past….

September 8, 2014 Timothy Peacock 3

It's Monday night now. Five days from right now, we'll know the outcome of Georgia @ South Carolina. Either the Gamecocks will be virtually eliminated from the SEC race while it's still hot outside, or the Dawgs will suffer a major set back in their own quest to reach Atlanta. It's always a war over…

Bengals show business doesn’t have to trump being human…

September 6, 2014 Chris Jervis 0

For years, it has seemed that the Cincinnati Bengals have run less of a football team than a work release program for troubled NFL players. From 2000 to 2011, the Bengals had their players arrested 32 times, according to a database maintained by the San Diego Times-Union. They only won 73 games in that span.…

Braves at Marlins Series Preview…..

September 5, 2014 Chris Jervis 0

Well, it happened. After a loss by the Milwaukee Brewers on a Braves' off day, the Atlanta Braves (73-67) are officially back in the playoff hunt. The loss by Milwaukee put the Braves into a tie with the Brewers for the second Wild Card spot in the NL. The Braves hope their good fortune continues…

Georgia/ Clemson from 30,000 Feet

September 1, 2014 Timothy Peacock 0

Saturday represented one of the most anticipated season openers in recent memory for the University of Georgia. Between the hire of Jeremy Pruitt and the revamping of the defensive staff, to the return of Todd Gurley and a whole stable of wide receivers, Georgia fans are right to be optimistic about 2014. For me personally,…

A Contextual Look at Georgia’s Rushing Attack vs. Clemson

August 31, 2014 Brent Blackwell 0

Much will be written today about Todd Gurley and UGA's rushing attack from Saturday.  For good reason - Gurley is an early Heisman favorite coming off a brilliant first game, and UGA's rushing attack managed to pummel Clemson into submission during the second half as the Dawgs ran away with the blowout victory. I decided…

Aug. 31 Miami Marlins at Atlanta Braves Preview…

August 31, 2014 Chris Jervis 0

Despite losing to the Miami Marlins 4-0 Saturday night, the Atlanta Braves are still only 1 1/2 games behind St. Louis for the second Wild Card spot, and they have a healthy slate of games against Division rivals approaching, including six key games against Division leader Washington. If ever there was a time for one…

Aug. 30th Marlins at Braves Game Summary…

August 31, 2014 Chris Jervis 0

The Atlanta Braves, winners of their last three games, needed a victory against the Miami Marlins Saturday night to keep the pressure on in their chase for a playoff spot. Marlins' starter Jarred Cosart wanted to show the Astros that they made a mistake by trading him to the Marlins. Pride, and Cosart, won the…

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